Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), have offered its top forward and Real Madrid-bound Kylian Mbappe a huge deal which will see the player become the highest-paid player in the world, it has been revealed.
The French club desperate in thwarting all efforts of Real Madrid, who have from the previous season made multiple offers to sign the player to Spain, presented what seems irresistible to stall the player’s move to Los Blancos.
With media reports alleging that Mbappe’s summer move to the Santiago Bernabeu is sealed, Parisians have made an offer to the prolific French forward to the tune of a €50million a year deal equivalent to an £800,000 a week deal.
The former Monaco prodigy and World Cup-winning star continue to assert that he is worth the huge wages by creating spectacular moments in both the domestic league, international scene, and European Champions League.
More so, in what seemed like PSG were through to the quarterfinal of the UEFA Champions League ahead of Real Madrid, after Mbappe scored two goals in the double-decker tie, but losing on aggregate over the failure of his striking partners to compliment his efforts, the French club are more determined not to let their prized striker cross to the Spanish giants.
Following, Mbappe in French Ligue 1 has scored a total of 22 goals in 30 appearances with 14 assists. The goal-puncher has scored more than Lionel Messi’s and Neymar’s put together.
However, the Mirror reports that chances of Mbappe making the move to Madrid this summer have taken significant damage over a dispute surrounding the player’s image rights. Those at the top of the Los Blancos hierarchy are desperate to not see this deal fall through their hands just months before the striker becomes available.
Meanwhile, the President of the French Football Federation (FFF), Le Graët, had earlier advised Mbappe to remain in PSG as the better option if he desires to win the Ballon d’Or.
In an interview with Quest France, “I want Kylian to stay in Paris. For French football, it’s better to have one of the best players in the world, if not the best, in his league. He has a better chance of winning the Ballon d’Or with PSG,” Le Graët said.